Call Of Duty: Ghosts Looks Pretty Much The Same On Next-Gen
Call of Duty: Ghosts is out now, you might be playing it as we speak. No wait, that isn’t really feasible. Regardless, you might have seen footage of the game and thought “this looks pretty good.” Well, the next-gen version isn’t too far off.
The main differences are of course lighting and shadow but even in the level of detail and the colour palette you will notice a difference.
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Then again, this is a game that uses an optimised and enhanced version of the same engine that ran Call of Duty 4 so it’s to be expected that the visuals couldn’t be bumped up too much the way they have been for games such as Assassin’s Creed IV.
Consider that Ghosts may be one of the lesser next-gen titles in terms of visuals and yet it still looks pretty good.